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Summary of economic contributions of the forest industry in the state of Florida in 2016

Industry Group Impact Type Employment Labor Income  Value Added  Industry Output  State & Local Taxes Federal
Taxes
Fulltime, Part-time Jobs Million Dollars
Forestry Production Direct Effect 8,362 389 447 719 14.8 80.2
Indirect Effect 1,564 54 98 146 4.2 14.2
Induced Effect 6,669 316 530 904 41.5 82
Total Effect 16,594 758 1,074 1,769 60.6 176.5
Primary Wood Product Manufacturing Direct Effect 6,766 325 414 1,786 21.6 75.8
Indirect Effect 3,239 175 263 505 23.8 42.9
Induced Effect 8,544 406 679 1,155 52.6 105.4
Total Effect 18,549 907 1,355 3,445 98 224
Secondary Wood Product Manufacturing Direct Effect 5,304 236 323 985 7.7 55.4
Indirect Effect 392 22 33 64 2.8 5.3
Induced Effect 1,406 67 112 191 8.7 17.3
Total Effect 7,101 324 468 1,239 19.2 78
Primary Paper Product Manufacturing Direct Effect 3,222 338 689 2,762 27.2 97.7
Indirect Effect 8,001 444 710 1,392 71.9 112.7
Induced Effect 26,132 1,249 2,078 3,531 158.9 323.2
Total Effect 37,355 2,031 3,477 7,685 258.1 533.6
Converted Paper Product Manufacturing Direct Effect 6,081 444 924 3,453 35.2 128.7
Indirect Effect 2,713 161 265 526 24.7 41.6
Induced Effect 11,822 564 941 1,603 72.3 146.1
Total Effect 20,615 1,169 2,129 5,582 132.3 316.4
Forest Chemical Manufacturing Direct Effect 699 55 106 1,325 20.9 34.6
Indirect Effect 2,361 130 214 421 20.2 33.6
Induced Effect 6,118 294 486 823 36.8 75.8
Total Effect 9,178 479 807 2,570 78 144.1
Sawmill, Woodworking and Paper Machinery Manufacturing Direct Effect 95 7 8 23 0.3 1.4
Indirect Effect 41 2 4 7 0.3 0.6
Induced Effect 207 10 16 28 1.3 2.5
Total Effect 343 19 28 58 1.9 4.5
Wholesale Trade Lumber and Wood Direct Effect 5,412 446 866 1,362 162.9 129.3
Indirect Effect 1,348 67 108 190 6.8 16.9
Induced Effect 7,494 360 596 1,005 44.8 93
Total Effect 14,255 874 1,569 2,558 214.6 239.2
Biomass Electric Power Generation Direct Effect 114 16 50 139 17.9 5.7
Indirect Effect 0 0 0 0 0 0
Induced Effect 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total Effect 114 16 50 139 17.9 5.7
Total Industrial Activity (not including recreation) Direct Effect 36,055 2,256 3,826 12,554 308.6 608.9
Indirect Effect 19,659 1,055 1,694 3,251 154.8 267.7
Induced Effect 68,391 3,265 5,438 9,240 417.1 845.4
Total Effect 124,104 6,576 10,957 25,045 880.4 1,722.10

Values in millions 2016 dollars.
Source: IMPLAN model for the State of Florida (2015) customized for forest industry sectors.

 

Total economic contributions of the forest industry can also be summarized by major sector of the Florida economy at the two-digit NAICS level. Naturally, the largest economic contributions occurred in the Manufacturing industry group and the Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting industry group, where direct contributions from the forest industry took place.

 

Economic contributions of the forest industry in Florida by NAICS industry group in 2016

NAICS Industry Group Employment  Labor Income  Value Added  Industry Output 
Fulltime, Part-time Jobs Million Dollars
11 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 12,024 508 616 975
21 Mining 358 8 6 43
22 Utilities 446 56 231 555
23 Construction 4,647 198 325 742
31-33 Manufacturing 24,090 1,521 2,668 11,084
42 Wholesale Trade 9,164 755 1,466 2,307
44-45 Retail Trade 8,638 283 457 693
48-49 Transportation and Warehousing 3,544 179 246 574
51 Information 1,422 127 283 628
52 Finance and Insurance 4,968 300 442 1,016
53 Real Estate and Rental 5,179 105 1,040 1,567
54 Professional, Scientific and Technical Services 6,841 456 555 937
55 Management of Companies 1,537 154 198 337
56 Administrative and Waste Services 7,296 241 298 469
61 Educational Services 1,450 55 59 94
62 Health and Social Services 9,242 519 581 942
71 Arts, Entertainment and Recreation 1,860 58 92 157
72 Accommodation and Food Services 6,347 156 246 413
81 Other Services 6,008 226 269 514
92 Government and Non-NAICS 9,043 672 878 997
Total 124,104 6,576 10,957 25,045

Values in millions 2016 dollars. Estimates include all applicable multiplier effects. Does not include forest recreation.
Source: IMPLAN© model for the state of Florida (2015) customized for forest industry sectors.

 

Total tax contributions generated by the forest industry were $2.60 B, $880 M in state and local tax contributions and
$1.72 B in federal tax contributions. A detailed breakdown of tax contributions by tax item is shown below.

 

Detailed state-local and federal tax contributions of the forest industry in Florida in 2016

Tax Item Amount 
(Million Dollars)
State and Local Taxes
Dividends 3.1
Social Ins Tax- Employee Contribution 2.5
Social Ins Tax- Employer Contribution 5
Tax on Production and Imports: Sales Tax 422.7
Tax on Production and Imports: Property Tax 274.6
Tax on Production and Imports: Motor Vehicle Licenses 6.5
Tax on Production and Imports: Severance Tax 0.5
Tax on Production and Imports: Other Taxes 61.7
Tax on Production and Imports: S/L Non-Taxes 26.5
Corporate Profits Tax 26.4
Personal Tax: Income Tax 0
Personal Tax: Non-Taxes (Fines- Fees) 41.9
Personal Tax: Motor Vehicle License 6.2
Personal Tax: Property Taxes 2.6
Personal Tax: Other Tax (Fishing/Hunting) 0.5
Total State and Local Taxes 880.4
Federal Taxes
Social Ins Tax- Employee Contribution 396.3
Social Ins Tax- Employer Contribution 359.2
Tax on Production and Imports: Excise Taxes 70.5
Tax on Production and Imports: Custom Duty 26.5
Tax on Production and Imports: Fed Non-Taxes 4.3
Corporate Profits Tax 245.8
Personal Tax: Income Tax 619.4
Total Federal Taxes 1,722.10
Total State/Local and Federal Taxes 2,602.50

Values in 2016 dollars. Estimates include all applicable multiplier effects. Does not include forest recreation.
Source: IMPLAN© model for the state of Florida (2015) customized for forest industry sectors.